Saturday, 5 November Barnfield Theatre
11.30 doors open for 12.30 to 3.00 pm
Admission is free and is on a first come, first served basis.
The Royal Clarence Fire has been the most destructive in the recent history of Exeter. This event is an opportunity to learn what has been lost of historical significance but also to discuss what has been miraculously saved.
Dr Todd Gray will outline the destruction of the Royal Clarence itself. Three leading building specialists of Exeter (John Allan, Richard Parker & John Thorp) will then outline the significance of the surrounding buildings. These form an island of largely unappreciated medieval and later structures in the heart of the city.
A panel discussion will follow.